Monday, October 19, 2009

Sea World's Halloween Spooktacular


One of the biggest benefits to living in Southern California when raising kids is the constant seasonal activities and the Halloween season is no exception!


We headed down to the Sea World San Diego Halloween Spooktacular and I'm so glad we did! This was our first year going and I know we will go again next year because it was a great experience for the whole family.



In terms of scale, it's not as big of an event, but is still pretty cool. I would have liked to have seen more strategic planning of the traffic flow for the dozen or so trick or treat stations but the creativity and quality of the treats far surpassed my expectations! I absolutely LOVED the baby banana's followed by the individual peanut butter dipping cups!!! What a cool way to run with a theme! (P.S. - Sea World can I have a job in your marketing department? I can't think of anything more fun than organizing things like that! Just kidding.)


Another neat touch was the employees handing out Believe (Shamu) pencils just after exiting the park.


The boys donned their NASA astronaut and Clone Trooper costumes for the event and Sea World provided the trick or treat bags. The event runs weekends from 1-6pm until the end if this month and is included with your admission for the day.


Definitely make time to head down there if you haven't yet this season!

3 comments:

DEBI October 20, 2009 at 4:40 PM  

What a fun adventure! Can't wait to take my little ones to meet Shamu. We went to Brick-or-Treat at Legoland & had a blast (for kids who love the Legos, of course).

Aracely--Daytrippingmom October 27, 2009 at 11:48 AM  

I wish we could have made it to this and we were actually planning on this Saturday but a family member decided to plan a super last minute wedding in Vegas.. I would rather be at Sea World!

Julie August 11, 2010 at 12:55 PM  

LOVE SD and Sea World (I'm from El Centro), but I've never been there for Halloween :)
juliebcampbell@q.com

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